Jan 9th 2009 10:59AM I guess I'm going to sound like a troll here, but It's hard to take end game advice for somebody who admittedly isn't an endgame player.
Personally, through nearly 4 years of raiding experience I see healing meters as important for two reasons:
1. It's a good indicator of who isn't pulling their weight, if a healer is very low on a fight where a lot of people need heals, that's an indication that they are being lazy or are just a bad player.
2. Whatever small ego boost healers get from the Healing meters is sometimes our only motovation. Healing is a rather thankless job and it's nice for us to be able to have something to look at and validate our class / spec choice. "I beat Healioz on healing! I must be doing awesome"
Healing meters don't work in the same way as DPS meters, they offer more general and broad data as to how "well" healers are doing.
Oct 14th 2008 12:19PM Get my dreadlocks!!!
Trolls be flippin' out mon!
Oct 13th 2008 10:35AM Don't think Thrall is going to need much help, supposedly all of the faction leaders are now level 80 boss mobs.
I hope I'm wrong, but I doubt I am...
Oct 10th 2008 2:49PM DUR It's a Harpie good call. I feel embarassed, he/she obviously doesn't have a scorpion tail.
Oct 10th 2008 2:38PM MY EYES!!!
Is that dude dressed like a wyvern?!?
Oct 8th 2008 2:00PM This is probably going to make me seem like an absurd computer nerd but the 51 point talents are much more "leaves" than "trunks."
Graphically yes they are trunks but in the tree sense of the word the 51 point talents they are the furthest reaches from the "roots"
+10 to Geek
Sep 16th 2008 10:31AM Actually, when referring to "gods" it's not customary to capitalize. Only the judeo christian God demands that you capitalize his name.
Aug 4th 2008 6:59PM I loves me some TF2!